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[Analysis] Nifty Or Thrifty: Little Cup

Hello again, fellow travelers!
The "Nifty Or Thrifty" article series takes a comprehensive look at the meta for the upcoming Cup format... this time, it's Little Cup. As is typical for the series, I'll cover not only the top meta picks, but also some mons where you can save some dust with cheaper second move unlock costs... or not needing to unlock a second move at all! I usually dive right in on Pokémon with the cheapest second move unlock cost (10,000 dust) and work my way through from there until finally concluding with the most expensive unlocks, but this time I'm going to start with a pair of meta-defining 'mons, the ones that most people are chatting about and that the meta really revolves around, before I dive into the standard run from the thriftiest on up.
One quick caveat: I had to create my own projected "core meta" list before PvPoke was able to do so. You will likely see me mentioning a few 'mons in my analysis that do NOT make the final, official meta list put together by PvPoke, so I apologize for any differences that may result. But the wins and losses I describe are all still accurate at the end of the day!
We've got a lot to cover, so let's not waste any more time. Here we go!

LITTLE GIANTS

BRONZOR
Confusion | Psyshock & Heavy Slam
If you have spent even a minute looking into any discussion on Little Cup, you have surely seen people chatting excitedly (or perhaps despondantly) about Bronzong's pre-evolution, because Bronzor has the same strong defensive typing, great stats, and good moveset. Put it all together and Zoro (as I've taken to calling it) is easily the most dominant figure in this meta, with only a handful of Darks, Fires, and select Grounds that give it any cause for concern, and regardless of shielding scenarios. Much of the rest of this article is going to be spent reviewing what can and cannot overcome Zoro, because it will potentially be even MORE centralizing than Aerodactyl was in Flying Cup. Yes, you absolutely CAN win without it, but you better be prepared to BEAT it, because it will be all over the place.
One potential answer I've seen mentioned here and there is... well, Bronzor. With Tackle, Bronzor can beat Confusion Bronzor consistently, but Tackle is a terrible move that Pokémon who have it generally want no parts of, and torpedoes Zoro's overall performance. I do NOT recommend using Tackle Bronzor, personally. Stick with the (soon-to-be) tried and true.
DEINO
Dragon Breath | Body Slam & Crunch
So first off, yes, despite the fact that its Dragon Breath and Body Slam are both resisted by Bronzor, Deino wins thanks to resisting Zoro's Psychic damage in return and eventually getting there thanks to Crunch, but MAN, is it a long slog of a battle. That's not all that makes Deino great, though, as it overcomes a sizeable chunk of the meta, including many of the things that most threaten Zoro. In fact, Deino is a nearly perfect bodyguard for Bronzor, beating everything that vanquishes Zoro in all even shield scenarios except Alolan Sandshrew and Shadow Cubone in 2v2 shielding. (Trust me, I checked some LONG lists to come to that conclusion.) Deino will surely be a common sight on Bronzor teams. It's not a cheap investment, with a 75,000 dust second move unlock cost, but for people wanting to protect their Zoro--or just have a solid slayer on their own team--building a good one is easily worth the investment. After all, worst case, you can evolve it to a Zweilous down the line that will still be well under 1500 CP for Great League.
There are others with high overall win percentages (two of them will lead off the next section), but Bronzor and Deino are the pair you are most likely to see on any given team, and most of the remaining writeup will consist of stuff that's gunning for them.

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COTTONEE
Charm/Razor Leaf | Seed Bomb & Energy Ball
So Charm seems like the obvious choice as a way to absolutely obliterate Darks and Fighters (and many others). There is literally no harder counter to Deino, for example, which goes down to just three Charms. But don't completely discount Razor Leaf. Cottonee's Fairy typing means that it resists and still beats those same Darks and Fighters and Dragons and such, just not quite as oppressively, and it then easily picks off new stuff like Seel and Swinub and obviously becomes oppressive now against anything part Water, Ground, and/or Rock (for the price of losing to things like Drifloom, Shelmet, and Chikorita, which Charm beat instead).
If you don't have a good Cottonee, perhaps you have a good PETILIL, which puts on a decent imitation and gets many of the most important Charmer wins. But Cottonee is just plain better and more consistent, so consider this Plan... uh... D, we'll say.
WYNAUT
Counter | Mirror Coat
As a baby, technically Wynaut would benefit from the Baby Discount™ and get a second move for only 10,000 dust, but uh... the only charge move it gets is Mirror Coat, which is a very mediocre move, dealing 30 less damage than Psychic (the move) for the same 55 energy cost, but it at least deals Psychic (the type) damage, handy for picking off Fighters and such. But the main thing to Wynaut is Counter, which combined with its insane bulk, allows Wynaut to just wear a ton of things down. Think of it like a mini Defense Deoxys. It's handy that it can beat several key things with just Counter, including Darks (like Deino), Ices (like Snorunt and Swinub), Steels and Rocks like Alolan Diglett and Onix, and even some bonuses like Shadowy Razor Leafers (take that, Grassholes!), Dratini, Vulpix, and Barboach... and again, even a lousy move like Mirror Coat adds on Seel and Lotad and Cubone and Igglybuff and Wooper and such. Other than hating on things weak to Counter (Wynaut may be the best Figher in the format, ironically), Wynaut's claim to fame here is just hanging around and grinding a lot of varied things into dust. It is perhaps the safest swap in the meta.
BARBOACH
Mud Shot | Ice Beam & Aqua Tail/Mud Bomb
In a theme seen a lot in this meta, Barboach imitates its later evolution (Whiscash) with "baby" versions of its moves, in this case Ice Beam as a substitute for Cash's famous Blizzard. That makes Boach a sneaky potential counter to things "Mud Boys" shouldn't be able to beat, like Deino, Drifloon, and even Cottonee, while still doing traditional Mud things like beating Steels, Rocks, Poisons, and Fires. Barboach also conveniently can win against things like Nincada, Riolu, and Dratini, while Ice Beam is nasty against Grounds like Cubone and the other WateGrounds (Wooper and opposing Boaches). Aqua Tail seems like generally the best second move option, alone able to secure big wins like Shadow Stunky, Wooper, and Cottonee thanks to its speed (just 35 energy means it is tied for fastest charge move in the game), but it's worth noting that Mud Bomb beats Chinchou and gives Bronzor a much nastier fight (though Zoro typically still wins unless shields are down). Either way, this little sand worm does an admirable job of making Whiscash proud.
PURRLOIN
Sucker Punch | Night Slash & Dark Pulse/Play Rough
While Purrloin is not too exciting overall, it IS one of the most consistent (and cheap!) counters to Bronzor (especially if you just go straight Night Slash) while also sucker punching things like Barboach, Wooper, Cubone, Shadow Stunky, Dratini, Seel, and of course Drifloon. It's really not a bad list of names, just shorter than one might like. Play Rough seems like a great coverage move on paper, but generally, after looking over a number of simulations, it seems you're more likely to want the knockout power of Dark Pulse instead.
IGGLYBUFF
Feint Attack | Body Slamᴸ & Shadow Ball/Wild Charge
Warning up front: the success of Wigglytuff's ancestor revolves in large part around a Legacy move, Body Slam. But especially with a decent Attack stat, that success can be sweet. (Higher Attack leads to wins most notably against Wooper, Vulpix, and Alolan Diglett, BTW.) In addition to getting wins like Drifloon, Barboach, S-Stunky, Nincada, and others, what is most impressive is that Igglybuff beats Wynaut, Deino, AND potentially Bronzor as well, depending on IVs. That is a rare and valuable trifecta. I will confess I already burned an Elite TM to get my Iggly that Legacy Slam, and while that is certainly not for everyone, I have no real regrets. (Ask me again in a week. 😂) Oh, and there is Wild Charge to consider too, which gets the mirror match and things like Ducklett... but at the expense of Wynaut and Alolan Diglett, among others. I recommend Shadow Ball myself. 👍
DWEBBLE
Smack Down | X-Scissor & Rock Blast
Ironically, if this were Crustle, you'd probably want Fury Cutter in this meta for extra Psychic and Dark hate, but you can make do with Smack Down, though you do want good PvP IVs here to guarantee stuff like Nincada, Dratini, Purrloin, and Lickitung. Beyond that, it is nice that you get Deino, Fires, and bring particular hate to any Flyers that are around. But that is admittedly more fringe type stuff, which is probably where Dwebble sits as well. Like the potential, but the overall results don't lie.
HOOTHOOT
Feint Attack | Sky Attack & Night Shade
The best bird in Little Cup, for what that's worth. Like Noctowl, Hoothoot is an airborne tank that can take a lot of punishment and just wear stuff down, with a list of wins that includes names like Cottonee, Drifloon, Wynaut, and every Bug and Grass and Ground that doesn't chuck rocks or throw snowballs, and a few other wins here and there on top of all that. The downside is that it doesn't get either Deino or Bronzong, but with Night Shade it at least has something to maim Zoro if it gets lazy with shielding (despite Shade itself being a very mediocre move).
ARON
Metal Claw | Body Slam & Iron Head/Rock Tomb
Not a ton to say here, but little Aron is at least a solid Fairy and Deino counter that also handles some anti-Ice, Rock, and Bug roles. It may be worth it for some teams just based on how well it handles Cottonee and Deino, with the rest just being a bonus. And while it does not typically beat Bronzor, it does tie it up in a battle of all-resisted moves, so it's not the worst thing in the world to soak up some damage for a while even in a bad swap situation. Aron is a decent little core breaker candidate in this meta, and a common spawn that is dirt cheap to build from the ground up.
RIOLU
Counter | Cross Chop
When it comes to Counter users in this format, it's Wynaut and Riolu, and that's IT. (Bonsly too, but to get one that fits under 500 CP requires some low level account trading hijinks, so....) Counter alone makes Riolu interesting, which is a good thing because the only charge move it has worth anything is Cross Chop. Riolu also lacks the Steel subtyping so helpful to its evolution Lucario. Even still, it is definitely a contender, able to beat Deino and many other things that give Bronzor (and Deino) trouble. Do note that getting Riolu under 500 CP at hatch level requires a trade (it's just too big even with worst possible 10-10-10 hatch IVs), but it's a far easier trade than, say, getting a Level 15 Lugia or Cresselia into Great League. Good luck!
RAZOR LEAFERS
Razor Leaf | Various
So from what I see, there are three main options here. You have SHADOW TURTWIG, currently the highest rated on PvPoke, which does the best against Lickitung and is the only one that consistently beats Drifloon. Then there's little BUDEW, which can beat S-Wig head to head thanks to a Poison subtyping (extra Grass resistance), as well as Croagunk and, uniquely, Dratini. And finally we have Kanto staple ODDISH. (Yes, I know this is breaking the 10k section a little, as Oddish's second move costs 50k dust, but just go with me here, just this once.) You can go with the original variety, which also beats S-Wig and Croagunk, and cannot beat Dratini but picks up wins against Ducklett and Nincada instead, as well as gaining back a win against Lickitung that S-Wig achieved. Or you can roll with Shadow Oddish and get all of those PLUS potentially Chikorita. Whichever one you perhaps go with, there are few better answers to the many Waters, Grounds, and Rocks here (the Razor Leafers beat ALL of them, at least as long as they have a shield to throw up), and they capably handle things like Riolu, Igglybuff, Purrloin, and even Snorunt as well. If you like Grassholing in Great League, there are ways to continue to be evil in Little League too.
There are other Grass options among those with Vine Whip, AKA the Grass starters. BULBASAUR's niche is similar to big bro Venusaur: Sludge Bomb giving it an edge against other Grass, particularly Charm Cottonee which it beats head to head, as well as a win over Chikorita. CHIKORITA, for its part, takes out Alolan Diglett, Nincada, Purrloin, and uniquely is able to best Dratini and Riolu. And finally, SNIVY is basically just a worse 'Rita, losing to Dratini and Riolu but getting the other same wins, and often with a little more HP left over (its one saving grace). However, other than the nice win against Cottonee with Bulba, none of these are really standouts compared to the Razor Leafers. You'll see them here or there, but these are not likely to be a big part of the meta.
MANTYKE
Bubble | Aerial Ace & Ice Beam
Obviously a close approximation of Mantine, though lacking the crazy potential that comes with Bubble Beam baiting. Still, Tyke is able to take out Fighters, Grounds, Fires, and most Bugs with ease, and can also beat stuff like Hoothoot, Alolan Sandshrew, Wynaut, and even Cottonee. And while it doesn't beat beat Deino in a drop down, drag out fight, it CAN one shot it even from full health with a single Ice Beam if it can get on through. You're going to at least force a shield in that matchup, which ain't a bad consolation prize, all things considered.

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LOTAD
Razor Leaf | Bubble Beam & Energy Ball
Just to bring the Razor Leaf discussion to a close, here's an intriguing alternative. I actually don't have much more to say--you can scan that list of wins yourself--but I know Lotad has been popular in unofficial "Sippy Cup" formats like this in the past, and it likely will be here as well, so study that list to know what to expect. One fun note: Lotad, like a handful of 'mons in this meta, only HAS two charge moves, so at least that decision is easy!
SNOVER
Powder Snow | Energy Ball & Stomp/Ice Beam
Say hello to Little League's Abomasnow. As you'd probably expect, yes, Snover tends to beat the Dragons (Deino included) and most Grasses and Flyers, as well as most Grounds and Waters thanks to Energy Ball. The best second move actually seems to be Stomp, not so much for pure damage (though it does okay, but more for the bait potential to set up a bigger closing move. As with Aboma, Shadow Snover is a sidegrade alternative, losing Shadow Stunky and unfortunately Deino (usually), but gaining wins against Ducklett, Snorunt, and Swinub, and with really good IVs, Nincada and Cottonee as well! This is an underrated pick, folks... don't overlook it.
I'll mention HOPPIP here as our last real Grass option worth discussing, but since it lacks a Flying move--even a mediocre one like Jumpluff has--it's actually relatively boring. The best thing you might be able to do with it is sneak in a Dazzling Gleam on Deino that hits it so hard it would die twice. 🤩
GALARIAN FARFETCH'D
Fury Cutter | Leaf Blade & Brave Bird
A Fighter that is best running with any Fighting moves, and with a very unique body of work as a result. Again, I'll let you look over the list yourself. It's rather... eclectic. Frustratingly, it fails to beat Deino, but it's a decent little list otherwise.
DUCKLETT
Wing Attack | Bubble Beam & Brave Bird/Aerial Ace
Gonna keep this one pretty simple. Yes, the results are somewhat skewed by good Bubble Beam baits, and the win column lacks Bronzor and Deino, but you have to like the overall potential. And it's still a perfectly viable overall performance even without any baits at all. Hopefully you held onto a right-sized Duck or two after the event where they were everywhere, as it just may be the best Flyer this side of Hoothoot... and perhaps even better.
CHINCHOU
Bubble/Spark | Bubble Beam & Thunderbolt
I know, I know... more Bubble Beam baits. But Chinchou is, in my estimation, the only truly viable Electric type here, and that counts for something, no? I do think that it's Bubble you want for the fast move; Spark beats Drifloon but is worse overall with the Grounds you'll see around. This is not quite Lanturn, but if you like using that, Chinchou has a similar feel and may be for you.
WOOPER
Water Gun/Mud Shot | Body Slam & Mud Bomb
The primary Mud Boy alternative to Barboach, though lacking the Ice coverage of Boach with its Ice Beam means that Wooper cannot beat Deino, Cottonee, Drifloon, Hoothoot, or... well, Wooper like Barboach can. What it DOES do is beat Igglybuff and present a much harder challenge for Bronzor, potentially winning the 2v2 shield with Water Gun and the 0v0 shield with either fast move. Water Gun does actually seem slightly bettemore versatile overall, with Mud Shot better handling Chinchou, Riolu, an Dratini, but Water Gun instead beating Snorunt and most Grounds, including Swinub, Nincada, Cubone, and... oh hey, back at ya, Barboach! 💪
ALOLAN DIGLETT
Mud Slap | Mud Bomb & Rock Tomb
First up on Alolan Diglett's impressive résumé: it is one of very few things that can beat Bronzor--even a #1 IV Zoro--in ALL even shield scenarios. And this showcases its inherit strengths: solid Ground moves that wear down a lot of things, but especially those weak to such damage (Ground is one of Zoro's very few Achilles' heels), and a Steel subtyping that resists a TON of things... A-Dig has ten resistances in all, including ALL of Bronzor's moves, and Deino's Dragon Breath and Body Slams. And so yes, depending on IVs, A-Dig can beat Deino across all even shield scenarios as well, though it is a little close for comfort at times. A-Dig also tends to beat Stunky, Croagunk, Onix, and Chinchou, none of which appreciate a steady dose of Ground damage, and Igglybuff, Alolan Sandshrew, Dratini, and often the Fires as well. This is a sneaky good pick in this meta if you have a good one.
As a rather direct comparison to what A-Dig can do, consider SHELLOS, with the same Mud Slap/Mud Bomb moveset and a nice spammy Body Slam on top of it. It loses to Bronzor AND Deino despite being significantly bulkier than A-Diglett, simply because it lacks that Steel subtyping. Shellos isn't bad by any means, but given the choice between getting Zoro/Deino or not, I think it's an easy decision. Give me A-Dig.
CUBONE
Mud Slap | Bone Club & Bulldoze
It's a solid enough Ground type, sure. Handles Zoro fine, though can lose (closely) in 0 and 2 shield, and very nearly gets Deino in 1v1 shielding (and usually wins in 2v2 shield). Does most standard Ground things otherwise. You'll see them because Cubone is popular and easy to acquire and build, but you can do a bit better... though you can also do a LOT worse. Cubone is fine... just wish it had a better second charge move than Bulldoze. Don't use the Shadow version.
NOSEPASS
Rock Throw | Rock Blast & Thunderbolt/Rock Slide
Lacking the Steel subtyping of its marvelously mustachioed evolution, Nosepass still does plenty of good in this meta. Of particular note: it pushes Deino to a stalemate in 1v1 shielding and typically emerges victorious in other shielding scenarios, which is quite nice on top of all the other good it does (crushing Bugs, smashing Ices, knocking out Flyers, putting out Fires, and also beating Stunky and Iggly and Purrloin and such). If you have some left over from your days of Probopass evolving, maybe dust one off and give it a look.
SWINUB
Powder Snow | Icy Wind & Rock Slide/Body Slam
Here we have a very rare case of something having Body Slam in its arsenal and not wanting it. Instead, I recommend Icy Wind and Rock Slide. Yes, you lose Deino (more on that in a second, though), but you gain wins against Shelmet, Ducklett, Snorunt, Lickitung, and Vulpix that you don't get otherwise. And as for Deino, with halfway decent IVs, Nub beats Deino with just Icy Wind anyway across all even shield scenarios, and Wind is also sufficient to beat Cottonee, Wooper, and Barboach with even very average IVs. There is something to be said for Slam, sure--it DOES make Deino easier, as Nub can just spam Body Slams for a comfortable win--but overall I like the closing power and potential surprise that comes with Rock Slide. It makes Swinub a more unique and versatile threat, one that I think could be a true MVP on the right teams.
ALOLAN SANDSHREW
Powder Snow | Night Slash & Blizzard/Gyro Ball
Another Ice, and one that has a much easier time with Deino, even with a resisted charge move. But that, of course, is not all A-Shrew does. Anything Dragon, Flying, or Grass it put... well, on ice, as well as bonuses like Nincada, Shelmet, Onix, and even Seel. I generally recommend Blizzard as the second move, because even in Little League, Powder Snow CAN get there, but Gyro Ball is a viable alternative that punishes opposing Ices (and Lickitung and Igglybuff) at the cost of Seel, Lotad, Shelmet, and Ducklett. Some teams will want one move, others will want the other. Do YOU want A-Shrew?
SNORUNT
Powder Snow | Icy Wind & Shadow Ball/Avalanche
Yep, ANOTHER viable Ice type. So let's go through the list and check them off. Beats the Dragons... check. Beats Flyers... check. Beats Grasses... well, it gets Cottonee, at least, so check enough. Beats the Mud Boys too, and A-Dig, and Cubone, and Shelmet & Nincada, and Seel, and even A-Shrew. Yep, seems solid to me. Snorunt's niche is in having Shadow Ball, obviously a potent weapon that even Bronzor has to be wary of. If you want a good Ice, you're certainly not short on options in this meta!
SEEL
Ice Shard | Aqua Tail & Icy Wind
Dewgong in Little League, without needing Elite TMs! But it does lack the Ice subtyping, for what that's worth. (Honestly, that might be a PLUS in this meta. Anyway....) Seel gets Ice Shard AND Icy Wind AND a really solid Water move on top of it, something not even Gong can say. As you might expect, that all leads to a very solid performance, easily beating all the standard Ice targets while also extinguishing things like Vulpix, Onix, Croakgunk and Stunky with Aqua Tail (which also lets it beat Alolan Diglett easily, unlike the other true Ices). Seel may just be the best Ice here overall... and it's not even really an Ice!
SHADOW STUNKY
Bite | Crunch, Sludge Bomb, or Flamethrower
Unfortunately, Stunky does not get Poison Jab like Skuntank, leaving it with slow-to-generate-energy Bite. That leaves Stunky as a very mediocre pick. However, Shadow Stunky is another story. With JUST fast moves, it can chomp through Bronzor (without even needing to shield!), Wynaut, Dratini, and most Flyers, Ices, Grasses, and many more. Yes, you will SOMETIMES want a charge move, and it's probably actually the more expensive Sludge Bomb or Flamethrower, for coverage, rather than Crunch, which offers no real advantages (and the sims agree). But if you're stuck with Frustration, you don't HAVE to add a true charge move at all if you don't want to, which is nice. Shadow Stunky is like a Grasshole here... maybe call it a Gashole? 😏 Get it? 🦨
SHADOW CARVANHA
Bite/Snarl | Poison Fang & Crunch
Want to double down on that kind of performance? Well here ya go. The difference with Carvanha is in the resistances... with it being half Water, it has an easier time chomping through Fires, Ices, and other Waters, leading to a slightly different but no less impressive performance as compared to Stunky. Not bad at all for something with only 25 Defense. 😱 Of course, its 120-plus Attack is just as notable here... insane for Little League. Here is your ultimate glass cannon.
VULPIX
Ember | Body Slam & FlamethroweFlame Charge
The best Fire here? Likely true. Vulpix is in a rather unique position of being a Fire that can beat Deino AND Alolan Diglett, as well as doing all the stuff you'd expect a good Fire to do (burning Grasses, Fairies, Ices, Bugs), though it falls frustratingly short of beating Bronzor in 1v1 shielding without decently high Attack... though then you drop Deino in the process. That's also true with Shadow Vulpix, which now easily beats Zoro and picks up wins versus Drifloon and Swinub too, but again loses Deino. That loss is unfortunate, but the overall body of work still makes me recommend a good Shadow Vulpix over a regular one. You gotta like all else it can do.
DARUMAKA
Fire Spin | Fire Punch & Flame Charge
Considering this performance is about as good as it gets for Fires outside of Vulpix, you can see why Fires in general are surprisingly tame in this meta. No Deino wins in sight, and even the Bronzor win is just BARELY there. (And Zoro usually beats Daru in shieldless and 2v2 shielding.) Darumaka is viable-ish, but the dropoff is pretty clear.
SHELMET
Infestation | Body Slam & Bug Buzz
You've probably seen me mention Shelmet a few times so far and wondered why. Well, this is why. Turns out a good Bug has some real play here, beating Deino (and Dratini) and Wynaut with ease, chewing through Grasses, outlasting the Fighters and Grounds (even A-Diglett) they resist, and even taking it to Seel, Stunky, Igglybuff and others. Accelgor has never made any headway in PvP, but if you have a good Shelmet, it could do the whole evolutionary line proud, just this once.
KARRABLAST
Fury Cutter | X-Scissor & Drill Run
Doing Beedrill and its own evolution Escavalier proud with its own Drill Run, little Karrablast is another Bug that does a lot of good things in Little Cup. In this case Deino is sadly out of reach (though Karra does outrace it with shield down), but Drill Run is obviously a nice weapon to have to get Bronzor to play honest and clobber a lot of other things in the meta (read as: on the win list I just linked to). Shelmet is a little more reliable, but for those that like big play potential, you can do a lot worse than Karrablast's Drill Run.
LICKITUNG
Lick | Body Slamᴸ & Grass Knot
Seen a lot of chatter on this one, and sure, if you were smart enough to keep one with Legacy Body Slam around with under 500 CP, hats off to you... you've now got one of the bulkiest beasts in this format. But honestly, it's just okay here. You'd hope for it to tangle with Zoro thanks to Lick, but it really doesn't, and having a Ghost fast move is a liability with Deino and even Igglybuff, who also win. Wynaut turns the tables on it thanks to Counter. I mean, sure, its list of wins IS enough to make it viable, but it Licki doesn't seem to bring it when and where you want it most. Trot it off if you like it, but just for mop up duty. The biggest and baddest stuff here fends it off.
Before I leave this section behind, quick shout outs to regular and Alolan Grimer and Junichi Masuda's favorite Psyduck (that he actually took to PoGO PvP "Worlds" last year). Like Lickitung, they actually do some fun things, but sadly don't get the wins that matter the most.

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I am going to try to cover these a bit more succinctly, as I have a Reddit character limit to account for AND these are obviously not thrifty picks anymore. So strap in for the final push!
NINCADA
Bug Bite | Night Slash & Bug Buzz
I mentioned how a good Bug can do good things. Well, while Nincada is rather expensive to second move and doesn't have an initially impressive list of wins, it gets GOOD wins, like Deino and Shelmet and Riolu, and comes VERY close to beating Zoro in 1v1 AND 2v2 shielding, with Cada's Ground typing nerfing Heavy Slam right out of Bronzor's arsenal, which is more than many other 'mons can say. I like it as a handy spice pick that can panic the opponent once it sees what its capable of.
DRATINI
Dragon Breath | Aqua Tail (& Wrap?)
Savings alert: you can run Dratini with Aqua Tail as its only charge move, save some serious dust, and really not even notice. The sims only ever want to use it anyway, as its other charge moves are pretty poor. Regular and Shadow perform pretty similarly overall, with regular and its bulk standing up to big fast moves like Mud Slap and Razor Leaf better, but Shadow having enough firepower to beat things like Purrloin and Drifloon. One big plus to Dratini is that practically nothing behind Charmers truly blows it out, taking the fight hard to even things with clear advantages over it, like Bronzor and Ices. If you're unsure how to fill your third team slot, Dratini isn't a terrible choice for practically any team.
DRIFLOON
Hex | Icy Wind & Shadow Ball
Quite literally just a baby Drifblim, right down to the same bulky body and moveset. That means that Loon terrorizes Grounds, Fighters, Bugs, Grasses, and Psychics in equal parts. It needs high IVs to do it in 1v1 shielding, but yes, Loon also consistently beats Bronzor (it's even easier in other shielding scenarios). That and the other good it can do means that Loon should be a very popular pick in this meta... don't let its late arrival in this article lead you to think it's NOT a big part of Little Cup!
ONIX
Rock Throw | Sand Tomb & Stone Edge/Rock Slideᴸ
There's good news and bad news here. The good: beats Dragons, Bugs, Flyers, Fires. Bad news: this ain't no Steelix, and you've got no shot against Zoro, Grounds, Waters, Fighters, or even most Ices. Maybe that still fits your team, and I DO like Onix overall, but there are big downsides it has to overcome to work. Good luck if you want to try... I hope it DOES work!
And that's it! I bumped right up against Reddit's silly character limit with this one, so I had to actually cut some "bonus" coverage and push it to a comment, so check that out too. But otherwise, that's all I got for this one. Hopefully it helps you balance the cost of where to save yourself some hard-earned dust (and candy!), especially in a Little League we may not see again for a while. One final tip, though: keep in mind that many of these investments (Deino, Cottonee, Dratini, Snover, Drifloon and others) can be evolved afterwards if you wish and those evolutions will still be below the cap for Great League. So it may not be a one-time investment after all! 👍
So very soon I will cover the new GBL season move rebalance, and then it's on to the next Nifty Or Thrifty for KANTO CUP. Until then, you can always find me on Twitter for near-daily PvP analysis nuggets, or Patreon with an exclusive tie-in Discord server you can access to get straight through to me. And please, feel free to comment here with your own thoughts or questions and I'll try to get back to you!
Thank you for reading! I very much appreciate you taking the time, and sincerely hope this helps you master Premier Cup, and in the most affordable way possible. Best of luck, and catch you next time!
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A support guide from a very frustrated player.

(Before i start, this is no way a "pro" advice to lower ranks. It's a guide for people who doesn't know what a support role is)
Hey, supporting in wild rift is kind of easier than in summoner's rift. The map is smaller, roaming is much easier, and on lower rank, the enemy have zero to no vision. And even if they do, their wards aren't as deep.
HOWEVER, Despite all this, carrying your team can be harder then what it seems. The reason is that, you're a support.... Its not like you can't, you totally can, but its gonna be hard. This will be a baseline on how to become a sp player, and what it means to be a sp player.
1. What it means to be a support?
A support is to make sure your adc is fed and can carry the game for you. That's the baseline. But should you always follow that? No. Sometimes your adc is braindead and go 0/5 early game. But we'll get into that later.
You're there to peel (take damage for your adc) heal, feed your adc till he can live on his own. You should also make sure that your adc can secure the kills by putting alot of cc on your enemy. But, don't just focus on your adc, your teams will need you too. Whenever you see a teammate in a skirmish, be sure to at least try and help. However, if they go in on a 3v1, just leave them be, its better for the team to get one kill instead of a double.
Conclusion : Your job is to support your team, your adc especially. Make sure you got vision on maps, roaming is very useful, and don't go and help teammates that are feeding.
2. What champions do i play?
Short answer, Anything. Long answer, you should pick champions that have cc (i.e. blitz, lux, amumu, janna).
Now ofc, you can just go mundo support, and you'd still win the game because of how much you heal off your goddamn ult (enemy team don't know what grevious wound is ig) but, to make sure you'll be a good support, you'd have to be selfless and play for your team. That does not helping a teammate in a 4v1 however.
CC is VERY (and this is a main keyword) VERY important on a teamfights, as this will increase the chance of you to secre and win a teamfight. So picking champions that does not have cc will reduce the chance of you to win im a teamfight, although increasing your chance in early game snowballing.
The reason I said you can pick anything is because a role of a supports is as simple as it seems, support your team. So any champions that you can play counts as a support. Although i will say i will never reccomend these supports, you can try and make it work somehow. This includes: MF Shyvana Vi Lee Sin Ezreal Master Yi Zed
Conclusion : You can play as anyone as supports. But having cc is much better then having more damage on your team. Pick champions that you know you can manage and don't overdo it.
3. How do I play support?
First and foremost, do not take your adc's cs (minions last hits). As someone who played with supports who takes my cs, it can be very tilting. And that's the last thing you'd want out of your adc. You can take your adc's cs, sure, but make sure he's away from lane, and or you're pushing the lane so a couple of cs won't really matter to your adc.
Do not worry, you will still get some gold from the minions, although little. This will not effect your game if you don't last hit minions if you're a support.
Be sure to cc the enemy adc, or squishy target (mage/assasins). its fine if you didn't kill the tank. They don't pose a bigger threat then the bursty champs (i.e. ahri/lux/zed). Its easier to fight without a damage dealer, then to have enemy that doesn't have a tank.
Make sure to peel, heal/shield your adc and pressure the lane as you go throughout the game so you can ensure your adc can snowball the game.
Roam. Roam alot. Especially playing champs like braum and janna, roaming is probably the easiest way to have a map presence (Pressuring your teammates lanes, so that they can also snowball the game and carry you).
Vision is important. Make sure to keep topping up the maps with vision, whether it'll be a deep ward (Ward that provides vision deep within the enemy's jungle) or shallow visions (Ward that provides vision for your team).
Your builds can be varied. If you take a tank champion, focus on well, tanking the adc's damage. Here's the list on what to take for playing each type of champs.
A) Tank (i.e. Braum, Blitz, Malphite)
Armor (i.e. Zeke's, Protective Vow, Granduin's Omen)
  • Build when enemy team have a fed adc
  • Makes sure your adc won't get squished by the enemy team adc also.
Magic Resistance a.k.a MR (i.e. Adaptive Helm / Abyssal Mask)
  • Makes sure you tank more of that stinky ezreal midgame bursts. Lots of magic resists, and makes you even more tankier against ap champs (i.e. ezreal, lux, ahri)
  • Build when you have a fed midlaneap champions
Boots Upgrades
  • Solari (For teamfights and last minute saves. Great for saving teammates and/or yourself)
  • Gargoyle (Not a must, but extra health is always nice)
For boots, go for either mercury or ninja tabi. Ionia, or swift is good too, but very situational.
B) Enchanter (i.e. Nami, Janna)
Team Based Items (i.e. Ardent and Harmony Orb)
  • If you follow the default build for the champions, you'll be fine
  • Build immediately. Regardless of enemy team compositions.
AP Items (Situational)
  • AP items are very situational. You should omly build if you know that your team is snowballing, and/or have a lot of sustain (i.e. vayne with fleet footwork, nasus with his passive)
Boots Upgrades
  • Glorious (For roaming. Avoid when team isn't snowballing)
  • Quicksilver (The cc dispel is key on your survival. Take it as your default)
  • Redeeming (The heal is beautiful for teamfights. Take when you're behind in gold so you can help your team in teamfights.)
  • Shadows (The slow is great and the reveal is great also. But very subpar compared to others.)
  1. For boots, go with mercury's thread. Always. The tenacity is key to your survival.
C) Mage (i.e. Lux, Seraphine)
AP items (Luden's Echo, Rabadon's Deathcap)
  • A must in every game. Rush this items, and the enemy's adc will pop like a balloon
Enchanter Items
  • Although not necessary, still very great to have some sort of support item for your adc.
  • Build this when you're strong enough on your own, and when your team can use a little of a support.
Boots Upgrade
  • Stasis (Although weird, this can really help you in a pinch. Your team can follow up, and you can escape easily)
  • Quicksilver (Always great for the cc dispels. Very important if you're dealing with alot of cc)
For boots, going ionian is always good, but mercury or ninja tabi is good too.
Conclusion : Builds can be very situational. Learn to adapt to your enemy's team composition, and change build according to your team and the enemy's team plays.
Honorable Mentions: - Make sure to leash your jungler red/blue buff if they starts on your side. This way he'll like you more, meaning he won't tilt. Meaning you'll be more likely to win the game
  • Keep your teammate's moral's up. Although sounds pointless, it really does help when your team is not tilting. Don't fight others, focus on the team and playing the game. Saying thanks and good luck on early game will really boosts up the team's moral.
  • Map awareness is important for every role in Wild Rift, including you. Check your maps for potential ganks or see if your team needs help.
  • As an enchanter, you shouldn't go in a fight cock's blazing. Stay on the backline, helping your team advance on the objectives.
  • Know when to back off. Don't go and give your enemy a double in a laning phase and tilt your other laners.
  • Your adc, although attack damage carry, other laners can carry the game too. Stick on to who is fed most, and make sure they will carry the game.
That's all i can say, If you have any questions, i would love to answer it. I want to see supports mains more and more as the game goes on. This is a long post, so thank you so much for reading it.
Edit: I forgot to add "Pick your targets"
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